From Ms. Tina Liang - 21/10/2015
I am Ms. T. Liang, I work with China merchants Bank as the audit manager,I wish to place your name as the beneficiary to thirteen million five hundred thousand dollars due to the death of the depositor who died many years ago along with her family.
Though this medium (Internet) has been greatly abused but I chose to reach you through it because it still remains the fastest, surest and most secured medium of communication.
However, I assure you that this transaction will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you from any breach of the law both in your country and here in China once the fund is transferred to your bank account.The funds I am referring to is right here in this bank floating in suspense account,therefore I solicit for your cooperation to be in collaboration with me to have this done,it will be transferred into an account you will provide any where in the world.I will need you to provide the following information urgently to enable the attorney start the processing of the all the relevant legal documents for the fund remittance.
Our sharing partner once successful is 40 percent for your assistance while I retain 60 percent
Waiting for your reply soon.
Ms. Tina Liang.
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